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Manchester United will go all out for Erling Haaland in January.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to add firepower to his side in the winter window, with The Times reporting that Haaland is top of the Solskjaer’s wish list.

Haaland has scored  26 goals in 18 appearances this season has also been linked with the likes of Liverpool, Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Liverpool hold talks with Kai Havertz

Liverpool have reportedly held talks with Bayer Leverkusen regarding a move for Kai Havertz.

According to Bild, Havertz will leave Leverkusen at the end of the season and the midfielder is currently negotiating with seven clubs including the Reds.

Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Real Madrid are also said to have held talks with Leverkusen holding out for €130m for the midfielder.

Bayern reignite interest in Sane

Bayern Munich have reportedly met with football agent Giovanni Branchini as they continue their pursuit of Leroy Sane.

According to Goal, the German giants are still interested in Sane, but are unlikely to move for him in January due to his injury problems.

Bayern failed with a bid for the winger in the summer, but are likely to reignite their interest in Sane over the coming months, whose contract expires at the end of next season.

David Moyes set for Premier League return

David Moyes could be set for a return to either one of his two former clubs, with both Everton and West Ham considering their managers’ future.

According to Sky Sports News, Moyes is high up on the shortlist of both clubs, should they decide to make a change in the coming weeks.

The broadcaster is also reporting that West Ham aren’t 100 per cent supportive of the existing coaching staff, while Everton chairman Bill Kenwright is thought to still have a strong affiliation with Moyes.

Palace eye Borini

Crystal Palace are interested in making a move for Fabio Borini in January.

The forward is set to leave AC Milan during the winter window and according to Gazzetta dello Sport could make a return to the Premier League.

Borini has experienced the Premier League having spent time with Liverpool and Sunderland in the past.